Light-filled luxury loft ready for you at Lincoln Plaza

The open floor plan combines the kitchen with the living-dining room to create a light-filled space that's easy to manage and modish to entertain in. The contemporary loft-style design boasts high ceilings and tall front-facing windows that create an open and airy feeling while gleaming maple hardwood floors add sparkle and shine.

When looking for an ideal home, three words come to mind – luxury, location and lifestyle.

A condominium offering 1,055 square feet of living space bursting with beauty, quality and functionality is now available. Robb Cohen of Engle & Volkers has listed this impressive home at Lincoln Plaza - located in the heart of the historic Leather District - for $899,000.

This contemporary loft-style design of Unit L413 boasts 10.5-foot high ceilings and seven tall front-facing windows that create an open and airy feeling while gleaming maple hardwood floors add sparkle and shine.

The open floor plan combines the kitchen with the living-dining room to create a light-filled space that’s easy to manage and modish to entertain in.

The designer U-shaped kitchen is a delight to look at and a breeze to create in. The black granite counters pop against the maple cabinets while the stainless appliances – Fisher and Paykel refrigerator, Frigidaire gas range with above mounted microwave and Bosch dishwasher – add luster. Two purple pendants provide task lighting, ambiance and a dash of color.

The multi-functional breakfast bar holds the sink with a gooseneck faucet and has room to accommodate seating. The bar also defines the spaces and can be used as a server while entertaining.

The two bedrooms are nicely sized and each has a large closet and two windows with nifty views.

The master bedroom is 12-by-18.5 feet. The walls are swathed in a soothing shade of purple - adding color, texture and depth. The oversized en suite bathroom features a frameless tub/shower with marble and glass tiles.

The guest bedroom can also be used as an office, den or media/hobby room. Adding a futon augments the space.

An eye catching guest bathroom has stunning mosaic-tiled walls. Matching mosaic tiles have been inserted into the marble floor, adding to the glitz and glimmer. A frameless glass door walk-in shower and a marble-topped vanity complete the ensemble.

The home comes with a full-size washer and dryer in the laundry closet and a Nest programmable thermostat.

Building amenities include a deeded storage space and bike area in the basement; a common courtyard with tables and chairs, greenery and an adorned wall; mail boxes in the lobby for convenience; two elevators with key fob entry for security and a sprinkler system for safety.

For pet lovers, this pet-friendly building allows your four legged friends to live here – with a few restrictions.

Cohen calls the location of this residence pivotal - meaning one can easily get to the South End, Seaport, Waterfront or Back Bay either by walking or taking nearby public transportation.

The Tufts Medical Center and Tufts Dental School are close by as are the Financial District and Government Center. It sits near the Rose Kennedy Greenway, not far from the entrance to Harborwalk as well as theaters, museums and galleries. Restaurants and cafes, grocery stores and services are also nearby.

“It’s right at the crossroads of everywhere you’d want to be and it’s affordable,” said Cohen.

When you want to get away, the less than five-minute walk to South Station puts the Acela train to New York and Washington, DC, bus service across the country and the Silver Line service to Logan Airport within a fast and easy reach.

Cohen said new construction in the area will not be residential, which means only a positive impact on the units, pushing “the value of these units through the roof” and adding lots of additional parking options.

While the building’s units are predominantly owner occupied, there are some that are not.

It’s ideal as a primary home or as a secondary place for those who enjoy the occasioned city life.

“It’s just an enjoyable, happy home that’s great for an owner or investor,” Cohen said. “It has security, outdoor space, storage and views that are very hard to find.”

For more information or to schedule a showing contact Robb Cohen of Engle & Volkers at 617-962-0142 or

Address: 70 Lincoln St., Unit L413, Leather District

BR/BA: Two bedrooms/two bathrooms

Size: 1,055 square feet

Price: $899,000

Taxes: $7,717 without residential exemption of $2,719 (Tax Year 2019)

Condo fee: $708 per month

Total number of units: 84

Unit level: Fourth floor

Number of rooms: Four

Year built: Built in 1900, converted to condos in 2006

Features: Maple hardwood floors, 10.5-foot ceilings with recessed lighting, seven floor-to-ceiling front-facing windows; granite counters, maple cabinets, stainless steel appliances, breakfast bar; stunning mosaic tiled guest bathroom with walk-in shower and marble vanity; en suite master bathroom with frameless shower/tub combo; in-unit laundry; Nest thermostat; common courtyard, bike room and deeded storage space in basement; sprinkler system throughout building; two elevators; pet friendly

Close by: Rose Kennedy Greenway, Harborwalk, Financial, Seaport and Theater districts, Government Center, North End, Faneuil Hall, State House, Boston Common and Public Garden, restaurants, Tufts Medical Center; Red Line, Silver Line, commuter train at South Station; access to highways

Contact: Robb Cohen, Engel & Volkers

Phone: 617-962-0142